Cook It: “Can You Dig It?” Boy’s Birthday Party

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Who’s ready to DIG INTO some pizza and ice cream? Um every kid on the planet, right? Immediately after “Pizza Time” is the best time to feature a “Dirt & Worms” Ice Cream Sundae Bar! Just set out these ingredients with spoons and bowls and either put together and serving time or let parents serve their kids when ready. Two words – SIMPLE and HIT.

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“Dirt & Worms” Ice Cream Sundae Bar

  • Crushed Oreos (Dirt)
  • Gummy worms (Worms)
  • Rainbow sprinkles (Pebbles)
  • Vanilla ice cream (Cement)

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Safety First, Quench Your Thirst!
Definitely have some adult beverages as well as water available on ice. I love themed water bottle labels! They’re a cute and easy way to add more flair to your party. We’ve ordered these personalized dump truck-themed water bottle labels from sosweetpartyshop on Etsy.

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Just having delish pizza and ice cream is not enough. You need organized times to serve everything. I’ve learned that structure is EVERYTHING in making sure everyone has fun at a kids party. An organized and well planned party prevents the already very exciting environment from getting too chaotic (I.e. 15 screaming toddlers). Yeah no thanks. Here are 3 steps to simple pizza party structure:

  1. Designate a time for pizza and arrange for your child’s favorite pizza (and maybe 1 other variety) to be delivered 15 min beforehand.
  2. Schedule ice cream/cake time and stick to it.
  3. Plan activities for the kids in between pizza and ice cream/cake time. Our party is in a playroom so the kids have a designated playing space. Plan games such as a piñata, “red light, green light”, or dump truck toss. More on this next blog!

Xoxo,
Ashley

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